Young researchers (born after 1986) are invited to submit contributions by 12 October 2021 using the online form. Submissions are welcome from all scientific fields. A high-level scientific committee selects papers for oral and poster presentation.
The HYDROPOWER-EUROPE project is built on the ambition to achieve a research and innovation agenda and a strategic industry roadmap for the hydropower sector, based on the synthesis of technical fora and transparent public debates through a forum that gathers all relevant stakeholders of the hydropower sector.
EUREC Secretary General Greg Arrowsmith has a new op-ed in Science Business which calls for greater support for technological innovation and data sharing in the European Commission’s updated Renewable Energy Directive. Read the article here There is also a German version of the op-ed available in PV Magazine Deutschland; read the German version here.
On 8 June 2021, Hydropower Europe hosted the partner event “Hydropower: how to avoid potential pollution sources and to mitigate environmental impacts by innovative measures and concepts.” The event, a part of EU Green Week 2021, was attended by over 70 participants who joined experts in a roundtable discussion to highlight good practices and approaches...
On the 9th of June we organised the public workshop “Strength through Cooperation: Europe’s PV value chain working together”. The three-hour event focused on cooperation across European PV value chain manufacturing and was chaired by Radovan Kopecek (ISC Konstanz) with support from Simon Philipps (FhG-ISE) and Ingrid Weiss (WIP Renewable Energies) and from media partnership...
A digital meeting took place on the 18th of May between the Ministry of Climate and Environment and representatives from the renewables and sustainable technology sectors to discuss clean innovation in Poland. During the meeting, various aspects of innovation in renewable energy and the use of information were discussed, focusing on ways to modernise and...
The EUREC Secretary General and 15 other leaders of renewable energy organisations signed a joint letter to the European Commission’s Executive Vice President Timmermans and Commissioner Simson to call for a European-wide risk mitigation scheme in the upcoming reform of the Renewable Energy Directive. The scheme would allow for economies of scale to de-risk renewable...
EUREC, along with 13 other organisations, co-signed an open letter to the three Executive Vice-Presidents of the European Commission to advocate for climate- and energy-related innovation and its place at the centre of the EU’s Fit for 55 legislative proposals. As the Fit for 55 proposals are in the review process, the letter stressed the...
EUREC co-signed the position paper together with another 8 EU associations, calling for a forward-looking Renewable Energy Directive that brings innovative renewables to market – in time to secure carbon neutrality by 2050. The Commission’s assessment of the 27 National Energy & Climate Plans is stark – Member States are currently not harnessing R&I to...
Helsinki aspires to be one of the leading cities in the transition to a sustainable future, with the goal of becoming CO2 neutral by 2035.
After five years of research, development, planning and testing the CryoHub project team were proud to present the results of their work at a webinar on 17th March. Attracting 127 attendees from across Europe and ten presentations from the project partners, the webinar provided an overview of the aims and objectives of CryoHub. It also...
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Favourable State Aid rules for innovative renewable energy technologies: Greg Arrowsmith is participating as speaker on the 30th March to an event co-organised by EGEC Geothermal, Ocean Energy Europe, EUREC and ESTELA and put EUREC’s name to this letter. Invitation here For more info, please contact: Reghina Dimitrisina, EGEC Policy Officer // firstname.lastname@example.org REGISTER NOW
Seven signatories representing a diverse range of stakeholders, including E3G, have signed a joint letter calling on the European Commission to deliver an ambitious update of the EU Industrial Strategy, which supports the delivery of the European Green Deal.
EUREC’s communications are directed at EU policymakers, our members, the press, students and the general public.
To accelerate market penetration, heat pump manufacturers are working on reducing the costs and finding sustainable refrigerants.
Via EUREC Member, FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy of the University of Cyprus the winner of the Cyprus Innovation Award 2020 in the category public sector. The PV Technology Laboratory of FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy of the University of Cyprus has been granted the “Cyprus Innovation Award...
Less than 1 month to apply! The call is open since the 1st December 2020 and will close on the 10th March 2021.
W4RES - “Scaling up the involvement of women in supporting and accelerating market uptake of renewable energy sources for heating and cooling” is a 3-year project funded by the European Union within the framework of the H2020 Research and Innovation programme.
We are excited to announce that registration for the SBE21 Conference on Sustainable Built Heritage is open.
Join us for a three-day full immersion in the world of heritage preservation and enhancement.
Every year, on average, only one in a hundred of Europe’s existing buildings can count on new insulation and installations. A rather paltry figure when one considers that for the past ten years the European 2020 strategy has been advocating a 20 per cent increase in energy efficiency.
Large-scale heat storage systems will play a central role in increasing the necessary flexibility of district heating networks and enabling the further expansion of renewable energies or the integration of waste heat in these systems.
The Kick-off meeting of the H2020 RES4LIVE project: “Energy Smart Livestock Farming towards Zero Fossil Fuel Consumption” was held via teleconference - to comply with the current COVID-19 restrictions - on October 22, 2020.
On the 1st December 2020 DLR and EUREC organised the online workshop ‘The role of green hydrogen for a carbon-neutral Europe’.
In the context of the preparation of (institutional) partnerships in Horizon Europe (HEU), it is essential to develop administrative / operational principles which ensure the full and unrestricted participation of private partners in such partnerships.
The Recovery and Resilience Facility is a once in a generation opportunity to prioritise green investments and boost progress towards climate neutrality.
We are proud to announce the development of a new methodology in collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories, Solarcentury and Gantner Instruments GmbH!
EUREC member AEE INTEC (Austria) is partner in the H2020 project RES-DHC — Renewable Energy Sources in the District Heating and Cooling sector, which kicked off in October 2020 and will focus on increasing the share of renewable energy in district heating and cooling systems across Europe.
The Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW) has appointed Prof. Dr. Markus Hölzle to its Board of Directors.